For example, earlier marks are generally green with Beswick England stamped in a circular pattern; pieces after 1954 had impressed markings accompanied by a serial number. Family-owned Beswick Pottery was established in 1894 by James Beswick at Loughton, Stoke-on-Trent, England.
How do you date a Beswick figurine?
Beswick Trademark Backstamps Early Beswick stamps, dating from the First World War onwards, simply have the words Beswick England in a circle or oval shape. These will often be imprinted in green. Moving on from this marking the oval shape was removed, and the words Beswick Ware Made within England were added.
Where is Beswick pottery made?
Stoke-on-Trent Beswick Pottery was established in 1892 in Longton, Stoke-on-Trent by James Wright Beswick and his sons John and Gilbert.
What are Beswick horses made of?
Ceramic Ceramic: The most common material used to make Beswick foal and horse figurines are ceramic. Beswick Horse Pony Facing Left, Welsh Cob Rearing, Foal Shire, Mounted Indian, Stocky Jogging Mare, Mare Facing Left, and Shire Mare are just some of the ceramic models.